Anonymous AskMen Reader Manucat: What sort of value or moral system is advocated to Brazilian society? You cannot really advocate nor vouch for a people having a certain sense of ethics by the absence of good-samaritanship. When it comes to things of mutuality, trustfulness, conscientiousness, exclusiveness, etc, there are qualities that must be preserved and demonstrated with conservativeness and responsibility - not used opportunistically and openly.
No person should look scrutinize one individual to assess some form of judgment on a group as a whole. Having high moral standards as you say is not something you alone can vouch for, especially when there will be people in general who will be scrutinizing women on a larger scale. There are pleasures ok with being shared in a social sense.
More intimate pleasures were meant to be exclusive. Prostitution in Brazil is legal. No doubt, this being legal has affected the beliefs and values of women in such a way it diminishes the profundity and meaning of sexuality.
It can be explored as much a person likes. Treating it as something that can be distributed widely is more corruptible. There is much more to be said about 2 people who protects the interests, well-being, etc. It is part of the idea of two people together are more than the sum of them 2 being together. When responsibility and high moral standards pertain more to one's own well-being, they do not extend to advocate for any values towards another individual - especially when that other individual may be a potential significant other.
Those values are then practiced and exercised to be seen as a crucible testing of one's character. Then, those values are isolated where you are a subordinate to those values, so that the values reign as soverignty Authority, not power, entitlement, principles as merit, not entitlement , and that you are subject to the values upon which you claim to have.
One thing is certain with all people, including myself, is that we do not always live up to the values we claim to have. Because that is the idea of one's rights going way too far, one involving the idea of there being so many choices a person can choose from, and just escape when those choices go bad - nothing exactly to do with being responsible and conscientious with choices - especially when a person just sees choices as something available to them instead of the responsibility to self and others with choices.
There are many differences between the two. These are things of interdependence, not exactly the same as codependence. They are not the same thing. Any quality there is to be had must be maintained, not hunted for and then consumed. If you are so drawn to things of pleasure, all these things I wrote will not matter to you at all.
Your mind may already be fixed on looking for treasure. Talking about the existence of moral standards is just speaking on the existence of them. People are looking for those who will live them, in real life - not just talk about them idealistically nor existentially in a subjective sense. There is a warmth and welcoming with Brazilians I have made friends with.
What people here are asking is whether or not there will be warmth during times of cold, during times of despair, times of difficulty. Any person who says they do not encounter difficulties at all is seriously fooling themselves. People speak of other cultures by saying things like "gold-diggers" because there are serious risks at stake.
People's lives have been destroyed. In your case, when a person a regular person shows you they are serious, you must do the same. Negotiate on quality, not push one way over another. Edited on May 24, at